Thursday, April 2, 2020

The Scariest Thing That Bill Gates Just Did During This Period of COVID-19 Panic

Bill Gates
Make no mistake about it, Bill Gates has strong authoritarian instincts.

He doesn't think in terms of freedom for others, especially since he has the money to easily pay for getting the freedom he doesn't want others to have.

In fact, it is clear he doesn't want others to have freedom.

He wrote on Tuesday of this week in the Washington Post:
Through my work with the Gates Foundation, I’ve spoken with experts and leaders in Washington and across the country. It’s become clear to me that we must take three steps.
First, we need a consistent nationwide approach to shutting down. Despite urging from public health experts, some states and counties haven’t shut down completely. In some states, beaches are still open; in others, restaurants still serve sit-down meals.
What a power freak. First, it is questionable as to whether restaurants should be shut down but why would you want to shut down beaches when there are plenty of indications that vitamin D from the sun can help in warding off viruses?

And as the Washington Times points out:
This — from the guy who practically controls policy at the World Health Organization...
Gates is one of the largest funders of the World Health Organization, one of the forefront agencies to warn, advise and counsel governments of the globe on matters pertinent to epidemics and pandemics. On matters pertinent to the WHO-declared pandemic.
But WHO didn’t always see the coronavirus as a pandemic.
As a matter of fact, WHO didn’t announce the coronavirus as a pandemic until the very day after Gates — who had wished for some time that WHO would declare the coronavirus a pandemic — well, until the very day after Gates made a very large donation to a cause that benefits WHO.
Take a look at this timeline.
On March 10, Business Insider wrote: “Bill Gates has been sounding the alarm on the COVID-19 coronavirus, calling it a ‘pandemic,’ though the World Health Organization has yet to give it that distinction.”
That was simply an aside to the larger Business Insider article point — which was to announce that “The Gates Foundation, Wellcome and Mastercard are committing $125 million in funding to companies developing treatments for the novel coronavirus” and that “the funding would be used for a COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator” to help speed along coronavirus treatments to the infected.
The Gates Foundation, meanwhile, specified in its own online post that Gates‘ donated portion of the $125 million would be $50 million...
In a 2017 piece titled, “Meet the world’s most powerful doctor: Bill Gates,” Politico wrote: “Some billionaires are satisfied with buying themselves an island. Bill Gates got a United Nations health agency in Geneva. Over the past decade, the world’s richest man has become the World Health Organization’s second-biggest donor, second only to the United States. … This largesse gives him outsized influence over its agenda. … The result, say his critics, is that Gates‘ priorities have become the WHO‘s.”
Have they? Well, let’s see.
Back to the timeline.
On March 11, one day after Business Insider reported how Gates had been pushing for a WHO declaration of pandemic on the coronavirus — one day after Gates announced the infusion of millions of dollars into a WHO-partnered venture called COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, that dangled the prospect of putting more regulatory powers into the hands of the global elitists — one day after that, WHO’s director-general made an interesting announcement.
On March 11, at a press conference on the coronavirus, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said this: “We have therefore made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic.
So the billionaire has a strange hobby, becoming the world's virus/disease power freak.

Now what is scary about all this is that two weeks ago Gates stepped down from the board of directors of Microsoft and the board of Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate run by his close friend, Warren Buffett.

It sure looks like he wants to spend all his time on his power freak hobbies.

He said as much when announcing that he was stepping down from the two boards.

“I have made the decision to step down from both of the public boards on which I serve — Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway — to dedicate more time to philanthropic priorities including global health and development, education, and my increasing engagement in tackling climate change,” Gates wrote in a LinkedIn post.

Yup, the dude wants to spend all his time influencing global governmental agencies to harass us about our health education and "climate change."



  1. "why would you want to shut down beaches when there are plenty of indications that vitamin D from the sun can help in warding off viruses?"

    1. Do you not realize the difference between getting sun on the beach and partying in a crowd late into the night at Spring break?

    2. Being in a low stress, extremely healthy environment (other than the substance abuse spring breakers tend to partake in) is going to help those that get sick recover and those that don’t get sick from getting sick.

      The likely hood that anyone contracts a corona virus while taking a normal trip to the beach or other outdoor recreation area, even if you are within six feet of others, is about zero. These spring breakers didn’t catch a cold on the beach, they caught it while confined indoors, where the world has been idiotically ordered to stay.

  2. Still no mentions of event 201... (the whole video of the conference is still on youtube)

    I think once the dust settles the Fauci/Gates connection will be seen

    1. Event 201 - Fall 2019
      Funny how simulations have uncanny ways of becoming reality.

  3. Gates is a crony. He is part of the establishment. His hands are all over COVID-19. From Event201 to investing in a couple of big pharma companies at the pointy end of COVID-19 vaccines. Along with his relationship with WHO, Gates is going to profit from this crisis. Lose of freedoms is a small price for the masses to pay for his enrichment. And as RW said, “… he has the money to easily pay for getting the freedom he doesn't want others to have.”

    My impression of Gates is that he is genuinely interested and dedicated to solving problems. He has been talking publicly about a pandemic being one of man’s biggest issues for years. For years he has been putting his resources into solving problems we humans deal with. But he is in that club that George Carlin did a bit about and to be in that club, other club members have to benefit for his solutions to be endorsed by the club.

    1. He didn't become part part of the club or start playing ball with government until after the browser anti-trust attack by the federal government. After that he became a member of the club and one of the wealthy self appointed engineers of human society.

  4. Bill Gates is also directly responsible for the epidemic of another sort - of computer viruses. That's because Windows is so crappy inside that its security cannot be fixed, ever. It's a breeding ground for hackers, viruses, and botnets.

  5. Maybe, instead of just event 201, with Gates being a global warming freak, this event, where Charles calls for a “new economy”, has more to do with present events than we have thought.

  6. #billgatesiscreepy

  7. Gates may be good with computers, but he has no scientific qualifications. He does not have a physics degree but thinks he knows all about "global warming." He does not have a medical degree but thinks he knows all about viruses.